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San Saba police asking motorist to be on lookout for man impersonating an officer

San Saba Police are asking citizens to be on the lookout for a man who has been impersonating an officer.

Belton shooting victim dies, suspect remains in hospital

The victim, who was involved in a shooting in Belton on June 4,  has died. Edward Charles Hermann, 41, died at Baylor Scott and White in Temple on Saturday.

Iola Volunteer Fire Department to recoup portion of embezzled funds

The Iola Volunteer Fire Department will receive a portion of the funds that were embezzled from 2010 to 2012 after their former secretary has accepted a plea deal.

Benefit concert set to raise money for Dinwiddie, Denton families

A benefit concert is scheduled for next weekend in Harker Heights to raise money for the families of two officers involved in a Killeen shooting last month.

VFD Chief resigns during investigation of embezzlement

A local volunteer fire department is under investigation after allegations of money embezzlement.

Former teacher arrested on felony charges for improper relationship with student

A former Abbott ISD teacher is accused of having an improper relationship with a student. Chrystal Miller was released from jail on a $15,000 bond Wednesday.  

McGregor pool reopens amidst pending lawsuit

A Central Texas town has opened up the city pool for another season, despite a lawsuit surrounding a drowning incident last summer.

Two toddlers found in vehicle, one dead

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Early morning highway crash leaves one man dead

DPS confirmed one man is dead and another was taken to the hospital after an early morning highway crash.

West ISD to discuss arming teachers, creating district police force

With a lot of rebuilding plans already on their plate, West ISD officials are now also considering allowing teachers to carry guns or creating a district police force.